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A beehive sits atop a trapdoor in the ground, and a honey slime is seen looking down at the person standing near the opening. The honey slime seems to be alive, and it appears as if it is aware of the person's presence and needs to be dealt with.

The Dreaded Hive Inspection


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Question: I go inside a huge beehive look up trap by a honey slime and it's alive and why is it looking at my mouth? And it goes inside me But it looks like he knows I'm the intruder and needs to be dealt with

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It's likely that the honey slime is feeling threatened by your presence, as you are an intruder into its home. It's trying to protect its domain by trying to scare you away and make sure you don't hurt the beehive or its fellow inhabitants. The honey slime is probably looking at your mouth because it can sense the potential danger you pose.

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Jan. 16, 2023, 2:25 p.m.

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Published: Monday, January 16, 2023

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